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Old 10-03-2012, 01:47 AM   #5
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Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: The Volunteer State
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I don't use the Tim Holtz things for storage, just 8.5x11" storage sheets I made myself, slipped into page protectors. But I wanted to comment on the overhead projector sheets that someone asked about. I began using overhead projector sheets as my "cling" sheets about 5 yrs ago (they are attached with ATG adhesive to cardstock or chipboard backing). I have stored all of my stamps on the sheets including clear acrylic, clear photopolymer, and red rubber (my rubber stamps are mounted various ways ranging from no foam + 2-way adhesive, to mounted on EZMount or Stamper's Best cling foam). None of my stamps have had any issues at all after 5 years of storage. Because of testing this myself, I do not believe that overhead projector film is harmful for clear or red rubber stamp storage or my stamps would have had issues long ago.

Last edited by neece; 10-03-2012 at 01:52 AM.. Reason: clarity
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